27 Dec Responds to ALL faculty
Guidelines with Scoring Rubric
The purpose of this assignment is to enhance the student’s clinical reasoning, confidence and learning of various pediatric and women health topics through facilitated discussion.
In Weeks 2 and 6, you will create a Grand Rounds presentation on the topic assigned to you by the faculty member.
Through this assignment, the student will demonstrate the ability to:
1. Describe the most commonly prescribed drugs use in primary care for the chose condition.
2. Utilize clinical guidelines, research articles or other materials to support your findings.
3. Identify any practice barriers, issues, or problems (including cultural diversity and healthcare literacy).
4. Discuss best practices for optimal outcomes.
Women’s Health Grand Rounds due Week 6 (please see specific days/times below)
Total Points Possible:
Week 6 – 150 points
Keep in mind the following guidelines and grading criteria while taking part in this assignment:
The Grand Rounds presentation will consist of a patient scenario that is assigned to you by your faculty in week one. The presentation is a video recording in Kaltura. Recording of the presentation should be interesting, professional, and focused to the topic. Wear your lab coat and name tag/badge during the recording.
Record and upload presentation by Tuesday, 11:59 p.m. MT. Begin facilitating discussion and continue to lead it throughout the week.
Participate in ongoing interactive dialogue by responding to a minimal of two (2) of your peer’s discussion questions by Friday, 11:59 p.m. MT.
Participate in all faculty directed questions to your presentation by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT.
Utilize a minimal of three peer reviewed scholarly articles from Chamberlain Online Library and a minimal of 2 current (within last 5 years) evidence based clinical guidelines to support your findings.
Discuss Pathophysiology, epidemiology, risk factors, clinical physical assessment findings of the assigned topic.
List and discuss a minimal of three (3) differential diagnoses.
Discuss any diagnostic studies to confirm diagnosis of assigned topic
Discuss prevention (if not applicable, discuss why).
Discuss Treatment including nonpharmacologic management and pharmacologic management
Discuss patient and/or family education.
Discuss best practices for optimal outcomes.
By Wednesday, 11:59 p.m. MT – In addition to submitting your presentation, you will also need to lead a discussion on your topic in the discussion thread. The initial post and Kaltura presentation are both due by Wednesday 11:59 p.m. MT. NOTE: By Wednesday, you will also initiate a discussion to lead.
Discussion Lead Requirement: Develop three (3) questions on your topic you can ask to initiate the discussion and keep it going.
By Friday, 11:59 p.m. MT, respond substantively to a minimal of two (2) peers’ presentation questions **If all students have a response, then choose the student with the least responses to their posting.
By Sunday, 11:59 p.m. MT, summarize your grand rounds presentation by posting a summary reply to your initial post in the discussion thread. Summarize the discussion as well as conclusions from the collective group discussion. Include evidence based references at the bottom of the summary AND respond to ALL faculty questions regarding your presentation.
Grand Rounds Presentation Criteria
Introduction of topic that include pathophysiology, epidemiology, and risk factors.
Discussed typical clinical assessment findings for chosen topic.
List AND discuss of a minimal of three (3) differential diagnoses with scholarly support.
Discuss diagnostic studies and labs that can be used to confirm diagnosis.
Prevention and Treatment Options
Discuss prevention and treatment options for chosen topic.
Discuss patient and family education.
Discuss best practices for optimal outcomes.
Facilitate discussion relevant to the presentation topic by incorporating three (3) discussion question for peers.
Interactive Dialogue with Student Peers
By Friday, 11:59 p.m. MT, Interactive dialogue with at least two peer’s initial presentation by responding substantively to all questions posed and citing related research to support.
By Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT, add summary post to own grand rounds presentation that summarizes the discussion. Include conclusions from the collective group discussion on the topic.
Evidence Based Research/Articles
Include minimal of three (3) evidence based research and/or Peer Reviewed articles from Chamberlain Online Library.
Evidence Based Practice Clinical Guidelines
Include a minimal of two (2) current (within last 5 years) EBP clinical guidelines.
Interactive Dialogue with Faculty
Responds to ALL faculty directed questions on initial presentation. Includes scholarly support from EBP clinical guidelines and/or peer reviewed journal articles obtained from Chamberlain Online Library.
Overall Presentation is clear, concise, and organized; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; recorded in Kaltura. Labcoat and name badge are present.
A quality assignment will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.
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